Believe Your Cat Loves You. Science Proves It.

Cats have a reputation for being aloof and independent, but recent studies have shown that they are capable of forming emotional bonds with their owners.

One study found that cats can form attachments to their owners similar to those of dogs and babies.

So the next time your cat curls up in your lap or rubs against your leg, you can be sure that it's not just seeking food or warmth - it's showing you love and affection.

Another study found that cats have the ability to recognize their owner's voice and respond to it with affection.

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Cats also show signs of distress when their owners leave, indicating that they do feel a sense of attachment.

Scientists believe that cats may have evolved to form these emotional bonds as a way to ensure their survival and well-being.

These findings challenge the common misconception that cats are unaffectionate and indifferent to their owners.